Jessica Ennis dominated the Olympic women's Heptathlon. Here we map out her event in pictures.
Jessica Ennis made a sensational start in her bid for heptathlon glory in front of a massive crowd for the opening of the athletics.
Jessica Ennis has smashed the British heptathlon record of former Olympic champion Denise Lewis in Gotzis.
Sheffield's Jessica Ennis-Hill will make her return to athletics this evening in a low-key meeting in Loughborough.
The 27-year-old, who won triathlon gold at the London Olympics last summer, has been struggling with an ankle injury but tonight she'll compete in the javelin and the long jump as she prepares for the world championships in Moscow in less than 3 weeks time.
Jessica Ennis-Hill has pulled out of her scheduled heptathlon in Tallinn this weekend because she is still not ready to return from an ankle injury.
This is the third time the Olympic champion, who has not competed yet this year, has delayed her start to the season.
UK Athletics said the 27-year-old would continue to train and receive treatment rather than put her ankle through unnecessary high levels of impact.
The Prime Minister David Cameron was in the Olympic Stadium to watch Sheffield' Jessica Ennis start her campaign to win Olympic heptathlon gold.
Sheffield's Jessica Ennis has broken the British record for the 100m hurdles, clocking 12.54 seconds in the heptathlon - the fastest time ever recorded for the hurdles in the seven-discipline event.